Normally when the weather gets warmer I’m kind of over crochet. But right now I’m hooking like nobody’s business and having a blast with it. I’m even working on an afghan while the windows are open and it’s 70 degrees in the house :) This week I’ve started my blanket and knocked out some fingerless gloves (be on the lookout for those next week!) and now I’m thinking about bags!
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This Provence Summer String Bag was originally published in Classic Elite Yarns. I love the pattern, the color and all. Amazing!
This African Flower Crochet Purse by Craft Passion is so pretty and hexies are totally in!
I love the bright colors of these fun crochet phone cozies. Get the pattern for this quick little bag project from Makes and Takes.
Crochet and leather go together like nothing else and I am totally digging this Yarn and Leather Bag from Always Rooney.
To be honest I’m thinking I might have shared this bag on the blog before, but I love the pattern the color, all of it! See how to make your own bag of colors at Grow Creative.
What happens when you line a market bag with sequin fabric? Magic. See how to crochet a Free People-like Bag with Maize Hutton.
These brightly colored Dot’s Little Ditty Bags have the neatest closure where the handle pulls through. They’re really small but I love them all the same!
I’ve never done tapestry crochet but I am seriously itching to. And what would be better than a Perrrfectly Wonderful Kitty Bag like this one from Tapestry Crochet?
This treble crochet zip pouch from Delia Creates is amazing. I love the addition of the zipper and the bright liner peeping through the yarn!
I’m also majorly in love with this crochet mesh bag from All about Ami. The colors are great, plus you work in the round!
This Dragon’s Egg from Asparagus and Mayonnaise apparently has some geek chic connotations that I’m not quite getting but I’d rock this bag anyway!
If you’re looking for a great summer bag isn’t this Crochet Raffia Bag from Little Things Blogged amazing? I want one for beach times this year!
Mollie flowers are just gorgeous on their own, but stitch them together to form a clutch and it’s pure magic. Get the Crochet Flower Power Clutch from Caught on a Whim!
Yet another fun technique I’m itching to learn is broomstick lace. And why not on a super cute pouch that’s the perfect size for a day trip? Check out this Crochet Bag Pattern and Broomstick Crochet tutorial from About Goodness.
I love how unique and different this Masa Bag from Artemis Adornments is. Don’t you love it and want it now?
Which bag are you desperate to crochet now? Any other fantastic and free crochet bag patterns I need to know about?Written by Allison Murray - Visit Website